exeat definition

  • noun:
    • A license or permit for lack from a college or a religious household (including a monastery)
    • A permission which a bishop grants to a priest going away from his diocese
    • A license for lack from a college or a religious residence.
    • A permission which a bishop grants to a priest going out of his diocese.
    • Leave of absence approved to a student within the English universities.
    • Permission awarded by a bishop to a priest to leave his diocese. See ne exeat.
    • A license or allow for absence from a college or a religious home (such as for instance a monastery)
    • A permission which a bishop grants to a priest going away from his diocese
    • A license for lack from a college or a religious residence.
    • A permission which a bishop grants to a priest going away from his diocese.
    • Leave of lack granted to a student in the English universities.
    • authorization approved by a bishop to a priest to go out of his diocese. See ne exeat.

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